Water, food, shelter everyone needs it, and everyone has the right to get it people need it to survive. YOU WOULD JUST LET A HOMELESS PERSON Go without food, and water? If you would then yuo are ungrateful. EVERY american has rights to food, water, and shelter. They are rights.(Sorry for caps)
If the government can provide food, than yes. The problem with this is that people can abuse this idea, and become lazy. The government can become extremely powerful in these circumstances, and ignore other human rights. The purpose of the government is to teach people how to make food and get it. How to make shelter. How to make water.
If you believe in the right to life, then you must believe that food, water, and shelter are human rights as well. You cannot say "I believe you have the right to live, but not to the things you need to live." If people do not have the things they need to live, then they cannot live a fulfilling, dignified life. And while fulfillment and dignity require people to act on those rights, they cannot exist when you are homeless, starving and dying of thirst. If you look at Maslow's hierarchy of needs, you will see that before people can obtain things like belonging, esteem and self actualization, they first require their physiological needs be met and they have safety and security, both economic, social and physical security.
The Constitution states that the Government is to "provide for the general welfare." Clean water, basic shelter, adequate food are all items that need to be provided for those that cannot provide it for themselves. We have a moral obligation to help children, the elderly, and the infirm to ensure that they have their basic needs met. NO ONE CAN IMPROVE THEIR LOT IN LIFE without their basic needs being met. Check out Maslow's Hierarchy. It spells it out right there for all to see.
A right is not something given, but something not taken away. No person should have their water, food, and shelter taken away from them. It is very much similar to "Here, let me take away your oxygen. If you want it back, you'll have to work for it." Like oxygen; food, water, and shelter, are a necessity and should not be taken away.
I don't see how people can say that they support the right to life when they don't support satisfying basic needs. Spoiler alert: if you don't eat, you'll die. It's ridiculous that, when billions of dollars in food is being thrown away before ever reaching store shelves, we can't kick some down to the people who need it.
It is less that they are entitled to these things, and more that they are entitled the opportunity to earn these things, people are nor entitled to equal things, they are entitled to equal opportunity to achieve these things, aside from Life, Liberty, and Property, they are on their own as to how they fend for themselves. People try to say that it is unfair for one person to have something someone else does not, in reality, ensuring that everyone has the same regardless, that is discriminatory, because then one person has to work for something that someone else gets for free, no, they should get what they earn, and they should get the equal opportunity to do so.
Every American, hell, every human, deserves an opportunity to better improve their lot in life, and the least that can be expected is food - to prevent starvation, clean water, and a roof - even low quality, communal housing. No one comes into the world with everything, its provided for us as children.
It doesn't matter if someone is American, or not. Though individuals, we are all human beings, and together we make up this beautiful planet called Earth. We should look out for one another, and help those in need. It's not just about "our" lives and the way we are living "now." It's about creating a world so that future generations don't have to deal with struggles we face today.
America has more than enough food to feed every single person it has, there are more houses than homeless people, and we have proper water filtration systems. It's not as if we're limited on these supplies so only those who can afford these things can have them, because we have more than enough of all of these things, everyone should have access to them regardless of their income. So because we have more than enough food, houses and clean water supplies, every American would be entitled to these things if we lived in a perfect world. But unfortunately we do not lived in a perfect world so people will continue to lack these things.
Just like having a toothbrush is not a right.
Just like having a bed is not a right.
Just like having condoms are not a right.
Just like having medical treatment is not a right.
Just like having a hat and/or jacket to wear on a cold day is not a right.
Just like having fire is not a right.
Just like having electricity is not a right.
Just like rape isn't a right, even though for many that would make them happy.
Just like owning the fruits of another mans labor is not a right.
Just like owning a slave is not a right (duplicated from above, but some don't get it).
No person in America is entitled to Guaranteed Food Water and Shelter. These items have value associated to them and if you can not produce a Good or service in exchange for these items then said individual will not acquire these items. Huge difference between a Persons Rights and a Persons Needs/Wants.
This is such an easy concept to grasp and has been stated numerous times already, but I feel it has to be repeated, given that almost half of the people who voted here actually believe you shouldn't have to provide your knowledge and skills to society to be provided something in return.
If people can just mooch off of the system, where is the incentive to be productive and generate wealth to sustain society? Nowhere.
The U.S. people, do not share ownership of the countries food, water, and housing so it is not something your entitled to because of being a U.S. citizen.
There are organizations both withing and outside our government that give aid to those in need. Because it uses funds from taxes, the government ones tend to limit it to natural disasters such as hurricane relief. Other matters are usually dealt with on a more local or charitable level such as homeless shelters.
They should have to work for food and water. If they are given them for free they will not try to do better in life. Ldsfh flsdf haldf lsdf hsd fad fasdf aldsfhdjhfhf fhhfhfhfhfff fk k k k k k k kdsk d d d d dd d dd ddd dd
No, we don't have the right to food , water and shelter. However, we do have the right to pursuit paths to secure food, water and shelter. Examples: Work and use YOUR EARNED INCOME to buy food, water and pay for shelter. One can also seek shelter at homeless shelter, get food and water at food banks.
These people need to get a job honestly. They complain but they're not doing anything for America but taking. They are like leeches always taking but never giving and it is a disgrace. I know of job trouble but it's not hard to flip burgers at McDonalds like come on people.
I wrote a huge thing and it didnt submit, so imma just give you the basics. Its not cool cause its like, easy to get that shit in america, and if you cant then you havent worked for it. I also said shit about appealing to the meaning of the question rather than the literal meaning of right because that was probably the intention.
If you want to have basic human rights you HAVE to WORK for it. Life is about working hard to get what you want and if you want your food, water and shelter you will have to work for it. If you are not physically or mentally capable to work then you unfortunately cannot receive the basic necessities
None of the non-human Americans, like dogs, do not get water or food just because they were born in America. Most of the wildlife in America do not have any food, water, or shelters since humans took over their homes, and most humans don't care about the health of a animal unless it is cute, and will even kill them on sight, like mosquitoes.